Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 26, 1944 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 26, 1944
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rotm MRS. AUGUST GUTKNECHT, OF LAKOTA, DIES Lakota, Oct. 24—Mrs. Aug. Gut- Lakola, Oct. 24—August Gutknecht, 89, died last Thursday! after 12 years of declining health, and funeral services were conducted Monday at the Presbyterian church by the Rev. E. H. Buschman, with burial in Maple Hill cemetery. A male quartet—I. E. Wortman, Jerry Ukona, Jerry Heetland, and George Ennen—sang at the services. Pallbearers were three sons, William, Charles, and Edw. Gulknccht, and three nephews, William, Edward, and Elmer Kicnitz. Mrs; Gulknccht's aged husband survives, and besides the three sons there are two daughters, Emma, at home, and Lena, Mason City. The son Edward lives in Canada, and his wife arrived Sunday for the funeral. Mrs. Gutknecht's maiden name was Henrietta Kienitz, and she was born in Germany June 30, 1855, but was brought to this country by her parents, who emigrated to the United States when she was 14. The family settled at Pulaski, Wis., and on Dec. 1, 1876, the young woman was married to Mr. Gutknecht at Avoca, Wis. The couple had seven children, but a son, Henry, died here in 1931, and a son, Fred, died at Oakland, Calif., two years later. In 1887, 57 years ago, the Gut- "knecht family came to northeast Kossuth. They farmed till 1919, when the parental couple retired and came to Lakota. Mrs. Gutknecht was a member of the Pulaski church when she lived in Wisconsin, and of the local Presbyterian church after coming to Iowa. OTTOSENFETES A YOUTH FROM SOUTH PACIFIC KOSSUTH COtmTV XCVANCB, ALGONA, IOWA Crowd Packs Dining Room at Demo Meet T^HE. HOTEL DINING ROOM was packed Wednesday to hear Vice-Pres. Wallace and Senator Gil. A letie in a democratic rally last week Wednesday noon. At the head table Kt. Wallace is beneath the flag, on right is C. B. Murtagh. who presided, and next to Mr. Murtagh it Senator Guy M. Gillette. *;*; H. S. CLASSES AT SWEA CITY ARE ORGANIZED Swea City, Oct. 17—Class officers have been elected by the high school classes'. Seniors—Donald Nelson, president; Shirley Ann Berg, vice; Mary Jane Dobb, secretary; Robert Lundquist, treasurer; student- council members besides the officers, Arzelle Peterson, Elaine Boe, Darlene Swanson, John Karsten, Nina Preston, and Elizabeth Simonson. Juniors — June Angle, president; Billy Peters, vice; Donna Swearingen, secretary; Dale Anderson, treasurer; student council members: Patty Vaux, Arlene Peterson, John Tweeten, Daryl Peterson, Bobby Lobb, June Angle, Dale Anderson. Sophomores—Eleanor Heidenwith, president; Miriam Peter- FOR SALE—THREE-YEAR-OLD Spotted pony, weight 800 Ibs. Well broke to ride. — Ralph Brown, Algona. Phone 3F14, 28pG-7 FOR SALE—CHOICE Hereford boars. Eligible to be registered.—Everett Mueller, 1% miles north of Fenton on highway 44. 34p4-7 LOST — BROWN BILLFOLD with money, drivers, license and social security number. Reward.—Laura Reidel, Burt. 13p7 FOR SALE—TWO HUNDRED- acre farm, Grant twp., well improved, electricity. Priced $125.00 per acre.—See D. D. Monlux. I6U7 WANTED TO BUY — 2-ROW com picker by November 10. Allis Chalmers .preferred, but will buy a New Idea or an 'Oliver.—W. W. Carper, Syracuse, Neb. 25p7 MECHANICS AS WELL AS IN- experienced men wanted. Steady empkyment, good wages. —Inquire at office, Kent Motor Cc. l.'uatf FOR SALE—DUROC SPRING boars, to the farmer who.is demanding more feeding quality in his hogs. These, pigs will please. —W. J. Stewart, Burt, phone 4 1 on 96. :27(2)3tf FOR SALE—SPOTTED Poland China boars, registered, new bloodlines.—Henry Muller, 5'/2 miles west, one mile north of Algona. 20p6'-7 son, vice; Betty Beadle, I lary-treasurer; student council Ottosen. Oct. 23—The local Le- members, Eleanor Heidenwith, gion Auxiliary was hostess at a' paul Becker, Albert Saul, Rich- community gathering honoring ar £, Penrson. Ralph Struthcrs at the high Freshmen—Jimmy Vaux, pres- school auditorium Wednesday! ldent ! Dorls Nelson, vice; Gordon evening, Oct. 11. The young man j Linde, secretary; John Lundquist, is spending a 30-day leave with I treasurer; student council mem- FOR SALE— 3 HALF LOTS with secre- bldg, IVz story 16x20, and barn car shed and chicken house. — Can be made into nice home. — Inquire Advance. 25p7-8 his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Watson Struthers, after two years of active duty with the Seabees in the South Pacific. An instrumental program was opened \yit.h community singing of America the Beautiful, Keep the Home Fires Burning, and Star-Spangled Banner, followed by a cornet duet, How Can I Leave Thee? by Barbara Lang and, Violet Nelson. A clarinet solo, Whispering Hope, was played by Evelyn Spiech. Guitar solos were given by Barbara Long, baritone solos by Ralph Galton, and a trombone solo by Keith Daniels. Ralph then told of some of his experience's and answered many questions. The program was concluded with "America," and a potluck lunch of cookies, cake, sandwiches, and coffee was served. Ralph was graduated from the Ottosen high school, then helped on his father's farm before entering the service. He took his training at various camps in the east, and had never had a furlough till now. Most of the time he served on New Caledonia Island, and he was also at Guadalcanal. He now leaves on return to duty. A brother Eugene is serving in the ground crew of the army air forces in Mississippi. SWEA-EAGLE BOY SERVES IN THE 5TH AIR FORCE Swea-Eaglo Twps., Oct. 17 — M. Sgt, Earl L. Berg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Berg, has completed 20 months with Maj. Gen. Ennis C. Whitehead's Fifth air force. As a member of a troop carrier under Brig. Gen. Warren R. Carter, San Antonio, Tex., Berg served in every major campaign in New Guinea, New Britain, the Admiralties, and recently the islands northwest of New Guinea. At Noemfor island huge planes dropped paratroops on the Kam- iri airstrip in support of amphibious landings by ground troops. The huge planes then returned to base, where they refueled and took aboard supplies and equipment which were flown to Kam- iri. Perfect coordination of ground, sou, and air forces, aided by rapid transport of supplies, made the Kamiri operations a complete success. As a flight chief with a troop carrier unit M.-Sgt. Berg supervises care and maintenance of five planes. He helps the engineers with inspections and engine chages. He frequently relieves on flights. The young man wears the Oak Leaf Cluster, an air medal, two bronze stars on his Southwest Pacific ribbon, and the good conduct medal. bers, Doris Nelson, Jimmy Vaux. Donald Nelson is president of the student, body. Student council officers are: Hobt. Lundquist, president; -Donald Nelson vice; Shirlej Ann Berg, secretary; John Karsten, treasurer. A FEW LATE BERKSHIRE and Hereford spring boars, some real Berkshire fall boars, Shorthorn, Angus and Ayrshire bulls. —Price reasonable.Ben B. Studer. Wesley. 22(2)24tf FOR SALE—DUROC JERSEY boars with wide backs and good loins. Have unrelated blood for old customers.—W. H. Helmke & Son, 2 miles N 1 E. of Renwick, la. 25p6-10 FOR SALE — SOME CHOICE Hereford boars. Eligible to be registered. — Everett Mueller, V& miles north of Fenton on highway 44. 34p4-7 PURPLE HEART AWARD. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Sherman, Algona, formerly Wesley, have a purple heart awarded son Donald, wounded 'md have been advised has recovered and is ;ervJce in England. He received to their overseas, that he again in is in a quartermaster company. WANTS WANTED TO BUY—ONE SILO filler.—Barley E. Hansen. 9p7 FOR SALE—CHESTER WHITE boars.—Claude Seely, Ringsted, la. 7u6-7 SERVICE STATION ATTEND- ant wanted.—Write Advance, Algona. 6p7 FOR SALE—TABLE Model Radio. Good condition. — Cletus Reding, Whittemore. 10u7 WILL ANY WOMAN WHO will help with housecleaning oall 662 or 663-W, Algona? g7 MALE HELP WANTED—Inside work, $35.00 per week, willing to learn.—Inquire Advance. 12u4tf P.B. DUROC BOARS FOR SALE —1 mile west, J /a south of Seneca—Otto Wilberg, Fenton. 14 (2)7tf I FORBID ANYONE SELLING or giving Charles Heiderscheidt a drink.—June Heiderscheidt. 9p7 FOR SALE—PUREBRED Duroc boars.—John F. Weber, Irvington. Phone 15F22, Algona. 10p6-7 FOR SALE—1937-60 A. C. Combine.—S. H. Arndorfer, 3 miles south and % mi. east Done Rock. 12p7 FOR SALE—REGISTERED black Poland boar pigs. — Reilly Bros., Lone Rock, phone 204. 12p6-8 WANTED — ALL KINDS OF hauling. Mail a card or call at house on East Elm. — Kenneth Foster. 17(2)13tf PUREBRED DUROC BOARS for sale.—M. J. Hewlett & Sons, 6 miles south and one mile east of Britt. 15u5tf WALNUT GROVE IN THE RA- tion will produce better hogs.— H. S. Fain, Humboldt, phone 2B7-M. 12(2)51tl WOMAN WITH TWO SCHOOL- age children wants work housekeeping.—Inquire Advance office. I2p7 FOR SALE—CHEVROLET power unit with double transmission to hook on elevator.—Geo. Wolf, Lu Verne. 14p7 FOR SALE—3 RABBITS, 2 does, buck, hutch; all for $3.00; will sell separately.—Billy Bohannon, 602 McGregor St. 16p7 PUBLIC AUCTION OF USED furniture Friday at 1:30 p. m. at the house. — Ernest Anliker, 207 East Elm St. 12p7 FOR SALE—PUREBRED Hampshire boars. One mile west, 6 miles north of Wesley. — Ubbe Meyer, Wesley Rt. 2. 15u5tf WANTED—WOMAN FOR GEN- eral housework one or two hours per day, except Sundays.—Fred B. Timm, 210 E. Kennedy, phone 71 or 500. 19ultf JUST RECEIVED—CAR of Long Bell creosoted poles 16 to 30 ft. Also car of heavy woven wire, barb wire, and steel posts.—J. C. Mawdsley, Irvington, Ph. 14F22. •-•*••' JUST RECEIVED—CAR of Long Bell creosoted poles 16 to 30 ft. Also car of heavy woven wire, barb wire, and steel posts.—Irvington Co-Operative Company. 25pG FOR SALE—CHOICE Holstein bull calves from high 'producing dams. Get your next year's herd bull now.—C. R. Schoby, 6 miles south of Algona on 169. 24p7 WANT TO DO CUSTOM CORN picking. I have a new one-year old picker and tractor. Picker holds all shelled corn, $3.50 per acre.—Phone 406, Lone Rock, Fred Haack. 28p7 FOR SALE — TEN PUREBRED Shropshire rams, one and two years old, well covered, .good dense fleece; -also one extra 'good 4-year old.—J. H. Frank, 2 miles east Renwick. 25u7-8 4% HOME and BUSINESS prop erty loans to purchase repair or refinance present loan. Pay any amount any time. Long convenient terms.—Algona Federal Savings and Loan Assn. u46tf GOOD PIGS REQUIRE WAL- nut Grove in their ration. Poor pigs require more. Our service : - free. Give it a trial and be is convinced. — H. S. Fain, Humboldt, la. Phone 297-M. 25(2)51tf FOR SALE—RABBITS, Speckled Giants and Whites, bred does, old ones $3; does $2.00, those with young, $5. Some bucks, $2 to $3.50; 4-lb. eating rabbits, $1.20 each dressed—J. Graham, Burt. 30u7 WANTED — EXPERIENCED beauty operator.—Call at Advance. 7u7 -fOR SA'LE—miRBBRED Chester White boars. Big, thick ones with quality; sited 'by the Balancer and a son of Modern Trend. New bloodlines for old customers. — George Wolf, Lu Verne. 27(2)3tf OR MIDDLE aged woman for housework. Wigh wages, bonus every six: months, private room and 'bath, no 'laundry. Permanent place if satisfactory!—Mrs. Carl Fantle, Dodge. 26u6-7, FOR SALE — REGISTERED Hereford bulls, big enough for service; also some .grades, Registered Hampshire boars, all ages; <15(M'50- ibs. Special prices on ;good olf marked boars.—Joseph .A. .Skow, Wesley. 32p4-7 FOR SALE—TWO SOWS AND pigs, 100 western feeding lambs, one steel elevator, one 10-20 McGormick j Deering tractor on rubber, one G. P. John Deere tractor.—Hurley E. Hansen, Algona, 4 mi. So. Sexton, one west. 36pl7 WE WISH TO EXPRESS heartfelt thanks to our neighbors and friends for their kindnesses and sympathy at the time of the death of Cpl. Irvin Behrends.— Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Behrends, Mrs. Irvin Behrends, Sgt. and Mrs. J. L. Dickens. 30p7 FOR SALE—P. B. spring and fall Duroc boars; also my stock- hog. Broad back, low down, easy feeders. New bloodlines for old customers. Farmers prices. Half mile south, 4% west of Titonka, phone Burt 8 on 94.—Paul Krue- ger.V,..; 82p5-9 FOR SALE—280 A. NEAR Estherville, well improved, electricity;-«all level, nearly all western soli;'average 3 year corn yield 70 bu. by weight. Possession March 1. Priced to sell, good terms.— Paul M. Seeley, Hutchison Bldg., Algona. 32p7 FOR SALE—PUREBRED CHES- ter White boars; good individuals, priced to sell. New blood for old customers. Vaccinated and guaranteed.—Harm H. Huisinga, 4 miles south and 1% miles west of Buffalo Center, phone 10F67. 30u6tf "WE WISH TO THANK EVERY- one for telephone calls, cards, flowers, and gifts; also all the school children and their teachers for their nice letters while Jimmie was in the hospital following his recent operation. It was •greatly appreciated. — Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Lindhorst and Jimmie. 38p7 I Must Get a Man at once in this community to work with our District Manager. Must have car and be over 25 years of ajge- T3)e tyork is essential to the war effort and in line with the program advocated by the Department of Agriculture, work, good pay for on farm.— Permanent man who has 'lived Write IPA c-o this paper. 61u7 Minutes of last Iteprnlar Rn.ssion and all adjourned sessions were approved and read. T , , J - T 1 ' Quinn, Cl.alrman. i'. .). Immortal!, Secretary. Auditor's Office. AlRona, Iowa. 8:00 O'Clook A. M S6Pt - "' 1!H4 ' Board of Supervisors of Kossnth nf O. W. Inclusive. Treasurer's Semi-Annual Report lVii.i-s.iii. Ti-c:iKMr«r of Kossuth County. Iowa, for the Period from January 1, 19'U, to May 31, 1944, STA'I'KMKJVT OP ACf'IKIJlVTS IIY FUNDS llulnm-i- |<< Motor V.ihlHo I.'si! -Tax I't-rinan. j nt School Temporary S.-.liool O.Miural State Revenue Sol.lior'.s Hoiuis OH] ABC 1'iiMHlon Hnvlne T. H Gunuriil County Ailv. 1'or Tax County Cash Tioad Uonil .... Court Kxpur.su Comity 1'oor County School Slate Jnsmie Soldier's Hellcf Bantfs Disease Secondary Jtoud f'on.strnetiou •Secondary IJoad Maintenance Domestic Animal Kinerfjency Fair CIronnds Homestead Exemption '. I/lStflllttt Primary lioad liond Kedi'mnt School DlHlrlcts Library .... County Insane State Institutions .Secondary Jtoad -Asst'ssmonts Cemetery City Specials ' Corporation Funds School Ulst. Funds Drains—Balances TOTAL Overdrafts 'Total lialancus Overdrafts designated by (*) It _ On hand .Tan. 1st, ID 14 From Current Taxes ID-IS From Delinquent Taxes .. Penalty. Inter, st urn] Costs . . '. '. IJrainajre Taxes City Specials '..!!!'.'. Highway Ttccel)it.s Ciisollne Taxes '..'.'.'.'.'" Old Age ]V.nslon Motor Carrier Primary Jtoad Bond lied'enipt."" Beer Licenses Principal of School Fur.d ....... Interest on School Fund •IVachers Kxamination Fees • Rale of Motor Vehicle Licenses" Finos from Clerk of Court Fines from OH er Officers . Dog Licenses pare of Patlenls at Slate I'n'fitVt ill ions Sale of Produce from County Farm Sale of School Books Fees from County Auditor Fe«8 from County Treasurer . '"' Foes from County Tiecorder "" Fees from Clerk of District Court" Fees from Sheriff Homestead Exemptions ..'.'. ('BO Tax Adv. Per Tax Miscellaneous lieceipts Transfers—Auto Fees ......'.'. Other Transfers ? 120,121.12 r,,sos.s9 l,2GX.lfi 0«,B90.04 •cr,,;t5 200.02 11,700.13 1M28.43 7-1G. 4II 2,(I02;S.'! •7,7:i8.-79 8H,[UG.79 1,382.22 Uj,f,49.7X 7,037.19 2,878.27 238,fi01.04 212,537.18 e,405.S2 S3,7i!2.K4 1,885.36 2.90 403.15 IfiO.OU 1,782.24 11,804.7:1 204.78 182.72 120.21 4;88R.flli 23,031.20 98,830.02 $1,070,288.85 «Cfifi.lfl 1^070,954.85 04,550.80 «9C.G7 32,303.25 1,210.50 ED9.90 7.CS4.8I 01.C99.32 S30.74 5.54 63,921.40 8.768:25 3,184.03 •792.B9 01,94 0,85 97,274.52 ,3,680.20 1,332.21 81,190.07 84.48 111,437.50 209.14 3,184.04 35,915.G« 3,090.56 1,088.76 3,340.27 H3.040.93 334,953.34 5.297.00 1063,864.60 DUImrHf- IIKUllM $ 95,909,79 G9U.07 C.OOU.OO 93C/48 C5.35 ' 740.42 10,992,04 47,085.30 489.42 36.35 1,390.28 32,095.9« 9,613.36 15,639.74 939.62 321.40 4,fi92.7fl 40,146.72 6,285,60 .16 03,196.07 181,16 108,241.25 1,201.23 11,000.39 31,980.32 1,768.23 3,i:i0.61 44,200.65 334J849.34 G1340.2S »842,132.34 CEIPTS AND DT.SUUItftlOMHN'1'9 $1,070,288.85 600, 157. (;t 3,174. 53 809.56 5,297.0fi 3,340.27 3,090.511 26.923.04 559.96 1,677.04 111,437,50 50.00 12.303. 25 1,210. r,G 19.00 54.550.80 1,765.25 359.58 3.585.00 5,355.75 8,127.04 532.08 96.15 .25 898. GO 1,221.65 17.50 61,196.07 «.96:«7 State Treasurer's Receipts c°, unt , y -Au'llt.or.'B Warrants School Fund Loans Pralnage Warrants, Bonds and' interest Primary Road Bonds Redeemed an Towns"' Orders on Co.' Treas School DlBt Township Cterlta Receipts y **. 'by M ° tQr . JSx'em'pti oils' Homestead Adv. Tax ._„ Transfers 'to Funds Balance on hand May Total Accounted t at 1944 of Cities Presidents of ItllllllU'l- Mlly III, I 111 | $ 84,762.13 12.S12.14 1,548.21! 96,596.94 80.16 8,458.30 21,542.45 1,087.72 2,567,48 C,354.05 141,341.23 477.11 10.00 9,881.60 3,349 56 285,843.14 264,664.98 3,8(10.12 83,732.64 3,217.41 2.!lfl 366.47 3,346.25 790.15 3,988.38 23,9.-j5.fi3 3.295.M 08.25 329.S7 3,418.;!!! 2.1,135.25 97,121).70 »1,192,021.11 807.91 130,867.7:> 5,0(10.00 G.340.2S 99,000.00 9,241.25 3,130.G1 County met in rpjfiilnr session Hie following niomlmrs pi-osont; iFrascr, McPonalil, Khrnin, Quinn nna .lohnson. Mollnn by Frtisor nr.d 2nd by .Inhnson llmt llw Sccrolary rend Mm inlntttos of Ilio last roffiilnr «»>fl»l«n ntul a" niljotiriuid sessions. Ayes: All ' ' Motion by Hchrnm nnri 2nd by Mononald thnt tl.e mltitttos of the •hifl rcsriilai- scs»lni: nnd all fttl- jotirned sessions statid approved tin. lead. Ayes: AH. ' On motion Bonrd ndjotirtifld to one o'clock T'. M. One o'clock P. M. Hoard met pursuant to adjournment with nil members .present. Motion by Sulirnm and 2nrt by McDonald that the County Auditor jflve nollce' of Itearing on Rstab- llBliment oil' UralnaRc District No., 1711, mid hearing to he fixed for 2:00 P. M., November 1, 19-14. (See record for resolution). Ayes: All. Navs: None. Motion by McDonald nr.d 2nd by .Tohnson that the Petition fur UrnlnnKR Improvement of the Main tile line of Drnlnatfo District No. GO, signed by several laud ownors In the dlslrlnt be placed on file, and 1 that C. C. Seluirlaeh, a competent engineer he and Is hereby appointed eiiKlnoflr lo (vxnmlno nnd make, engineer's report on -same and lire- sent his findings thereof to tl o Board of Supervisors at the earliest possible dale. Ayes: All. Motion by Schram and 2nd by Johnson that beglnnlnE? as of SRP-; temher 1st, 1941. the salaries of (lie various Court TTotisc employees be fixed as follows: John .1. rU'stenlehiie.r, 1st Deputy Auditor $i:!7.no )ier month Ivy 1). Scuff I am, 2nd Deputy Auditor $122.50 per month Virginia CJregory, Clerk in Auditor's Office ....$105.00 per month Mary K. Sands, 1st Deputy Treas- Vehlc o 44,220.76 334.709.10 1,708.00 94,r,77.4fi 61,190.07 489.42 44.717.77 1,193.021.11 • 12.034,153.4s iirer .,,.... ^ . .$137,fi(i -per month RoMnlla Volpt, 2nd Deputy Tron*- 1 iii-or ...... ,...$137.50 per numHti A 1 in a Junkonnelor. Automobile Cleric .......... $122.50 per montli Stella Mao Ilroen, tiopnty Recorder ..... .' ........ $122,50 'per month TOItinra Kspe, Clerk In Hncorder'R OljClcp..; .......... t>on,no PBI- month Matfr. ,M6ore, De|nity -Shorlff .... ,.••£• ^'tjl- ....... • $140 per month Almiv -v t'o.arson, Dehuty Clork of Oqtlrtji. ....... ,$i:t7.fiO per month Marvel. 'Dqlo, Overseer of Poor .« i : ;-....i. ...... $117/50 p«if month E'.V ' Ayes: AH. Nays: None. M6ll.on by Johnson and' 2nd by Soltftihl tnnt 'tlie making of tax -UivWS tor the year 1944, bo and In hei'fffty. 'continued to October 2, 1944. Ayd«'-jj AJ.1. : QnJlnoUon Board'- prooeoded to nu.llt -ithit allow claims as "per Sclvednle'. of Claims Hereinafter W.rtllcn.". $90.03 290.10 3.00. Brrt. Bi-il. Pro. T>ro., NW Bell Tel. Co., Tel. 'Sorv. Town State Dank, Withhold TUX-CM •"... .Too.Anderson, Colin Joanne KtK'.Iiynka, Ass't Co. Hifpt.. Qirtce Miinetiff.t RefflHIor, Ailvaitcn.' 1'iib. Co., nte.'. '. Matt imrrott & Sons Co., Sup. Koch ! Bros,, SupplloB K.ll|itc>. T^ooso LeuT Co., 811)1... Fiu-k & Oelm, Sup ilJiiro Tout -Corp., 'Sup. J. B. .Tolvnston, .1. P. FPOS .. A. il. ColJloy, Shorlft FCOB .. Harvoy Cotamon, Cutting R-I.OO 28.72 73.00 Fiil/JO 34S!«7 .31: 40.-11 .1:00 4.no: 19.50 no.oo Town .Slftto Bank, Withheld Taxes ............. — ...... 14.48 CONSTRUCTION FONIl H. M. Smith, Salary ... s ... .206.00 Iowa State Bank, Withheld IT. ,M. Harris. Expense'of AVeed CotHlnltjslonor Hi-rv. if. IS |':'. Ctinlrn w. '('•*' A ill mi) ••"l.'--'.-i(.' ( «li'if"s iiisi,i-iini.i. ri'i'.'i', • '""• iiil I own Mini,'' ' |,',';:, ' IV1 -..S(:ft.| ,,. ''"><• Hrudll.y' 'iVrn'.." 1 "!; I[ " s P.'ciil Funk '*. In.I,,,' s,',', 1 '- KKSni,V|.-ii-' ',,./' •Auditor |.-. ' In'.,-..!,'."" lll( ' "per ^-I'n.'i'nV,',",:,",' 1 '!" m-.-, fore, U'riii,.,,." - Jfll '«« It] " ' l '"' lt A - 5 '-. r )ct,,|, 9.807.M 2,029.00 42.G88.77 Total Accounted for .»2.034,153.-'i6 I, O. W. Pearson. Treasurer of Kossulh Tountv correct summary of tlio buslneHs t,-ant-actedI "bj"roe Algona, Iowa, June 15 1944 Iowa, do Jwreby wjrtJfy tl at the report giver, above is a treasurer aurlng the period therein specified ;0. W.. -PBA-RSON, C9Urity T By Mary K. Sands, Deputy. CARLOAD OF POTATOG U. S. NO. 1 ; TRIUMPHS m COBBLERS i Red River Valley See us for prices. Leave Your Order Now Miracle Whip . . pt. jar 2 PEANUT BUTTER HORMEL PEANUT BUTTER. ... JACK SPRAT RED CHERRY PRESERVES EVEN MEAL PURE APPLE BLACKBERRY JELLY „, 2 RICHELIEU PINEAPPLE JUICE. . . Sl , Country Garden FANCY WHOLE 60LOE*CORN.. . .'.. 2,,,, 3 Mayflower EARLY JUNE PEAS * . .. 2 ,,,,2 DICK-A-DOO PAINT & WALL ttEANER'.'.'.'. ,, 25! Fruits and Vegetables N0.1 IDAHOFANCYDEUCIOUS APPIES .. „, NO. 1 FANCY MICHIGAN JONATHAN APPLES 3J BOX JONATHAN APPLES 2 NO.J IDAHO RUSSETS....:.:.:; 1M ,;,,; SI , ,,,4 VIRGINIA SWEET POTATOES .. 4J CRANBERRIES.......... ,,,,,J TEXAS SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT »«»„. 6» pure pork .... . . roll Z His. MEATS FOR FALL MEALS ARMOUR'S STAR SAUSAGE SWIFT'S BLAND LARD Armour's Star SMALL WIENERS „,,„,„,,. BEEF CHUCK ROAST NORTHERN PIKE FILLETS ROSE FISH FILLETS , . . . I' 1 -' no points, !>'• . . . »•' I . . . II).' l-Jb, g CHOC. CREAM COFFtt 33c 29c 1-lb. package GIANT SUPER SUDS 69c P&G NAPHTHA large fUNSO DUZ bars .. bar 6 fur large package large package

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